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While you can't just "kick him out" you can evict him using the court system for the eviction. You can either hire a lawyer to do it and get a judgment for the attorney's fees as well, potentially, or you can do it yourself. Evictions aren't terribly difficult you just have to follow the rules very carefully.
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The big issue is that if he doesn't have a written lease agreement then his rental is on a month to month basis which means, so long as he isn't breaking the rules or doing any damages, you have to give him at least thirty days notice. Even if you decide to do the eviction yourself you may want to hire a lawyer to do the initial notice letter and have them put in it language anout him leaving peaceably or what will happen if he doesn't.
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Yes, if he did it recently you could use the intentional infliction of damage as a reason for an immediate eviction. You still want the lawyer to write the letter, perhaps even more so now. Most people who represent themselves mess up by not giving correct notices.
No, two weeks is well within the time in which an eviction would be considered appropriate.
You may be able to use the notice that was posted but it's a little hard to do that since your son was the one who okayed it. That may mean he is "estopped" from claiming that as a reason for eviction but if the renter doesn't get any legal advice he won't know to claim that.
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